But you know, couldn't you remote view the source from a different vantage point to receive the numbers but it will open up the possibility of a multiverse and it won't open right and the experience (the lottery win) will be phase shifted from you? Then that won't be a "not happen" but a "yes happen" in the multiverse but not in your reality. Then you won't win, but you win too, because the other multiverse is parallel to your own, it exists as a part of a separate space-time, but as with yours too because it is parallel and it is also connected.
It is like when you have ice cream and you get vanilla and ice cream, you are getting both together that they are tied in. You get vanilla (the flavour) and ice cream (the eating item) both together, both happening at the same time and so it is because you are tapped into the source from one through remote viewing. Do you know what mean? You can't exactly have both, each onto itself, because you are separating it too. This means you can't have vanilla ice cream, and have vanilla from it, because you can't separate it from the source. So you have one at a time, and both, but not each separated. They are each connected to make the sum total greater than its parts.
So it is like both you win and not win when you are tied into the source through remote viewing like shrodinger's cat, both one and all the possibilities, both one and each one alone, like the ice cream example. It is like both outcomes or possibilities happening at the same time. This is all really interesting stuff, and it makes more sense in terms of causality, like your other thread. Because of this space-time affecting an alternate space-time that is your own but isn't as well (it is parallel, but the same as your current existence). Since you have these experiences in your space-time, it doesn't affect the other parallel ones of lottery win, but it does in the sense that it is connected to it, and all others like the Star Trek episode when there were all these Star Trek Enterprises that were there in one universe. And one didn't want to go back to their reality because of the Borg, so the other "reality" Enterprises destroyed it. Hence causality across different parallel multiverses.
And regarding the lottery and Orwell, it is true of the assuage to hope, but why keep the populace in hope? Isn't hope the passion that is subdued by soma? Then if so, it cannot be maintained, that is, the control to which the ones in power from the source aspire to attain. If not this, then they lose the control, and no longer can contain the populace, because they are free from their emotions, and hope is what makes them turn back to the source. And if they turn back to the source, they won't be controlled, and if they won't be controlled, then they become free, and this counteracts the effect of the controllers. I am not sure what you mean, do you mean the lottery is the soma? Or is it the assuage to hope that is the soma to control the populace (the people)? That is italicized is just the terminology from the book.